Jon Stewart’s Turned His12-Acre Farm Into A Safe Heaven For Maltreated Animals

Jon Stewart’s Turned His12-Acre Farm Into A Safe Heaven For Maltreated Animals

Anna and Maybelle are just two of the dozen other animals that live in the luxury Stewarts’ farm, 50 miles outside of New York City.

The former host and his animal advocate wife run the Bufflehead Farm in New Jersey since 2013, and they care for four dogs, three rabbits, two guinea pigs, two fish, a bird, and the two pigs Anna and Maybelle.

And even though it might sound like a full house, the Stewarts are just getting started!

Jon and Tracey announced in 2015 that their property will officially become a Farm Sanctuary, a part of the advocacy group that fights the factory farm industry and cares for animals that are maltreated.

The Stewarts’ New Jersey property will be their fourth animal safe heaven.

Cows, sheep, chicken, goats, turkeys, and more pigs will be soon arriving at Bufflehead Farm.

Jon has quietly eased into eating a vegetarian diet and says that farm life doesn’t seem so bad, even though he joked about missing the perks of TV stardom during his Emmy speech.

Check out the full story on Jon and Tracey’s big news below:

 
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